09 Nov GY TODAY – FRIDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2018
Fire service called to house fire in Cobholm
A spokesperson for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said appliances from Gorleston and Great Yarmouth attended a building fire on Webber Close at 8.13am.Crews extinguished the fire and ventilated the property with a thermal image camera used to check for hotspots, nobody was in the property and the fire was put to a stop at 8.21.
Neighbours describe harrowing aftermath of Yarmouth murder
Residents have shared harrowing accounts of seeing a stabbing victim collapsed on the pavement and fighting for his life in Great Yarmouth.Police were called to a property in South Market Road at 10.20pm on Wednesday night, following reports a man had been attacked. Thursday afternoon scenes of crime officers in white suits were seen entering and leaving the house while officers conducted door-to-door inquiries. Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111
Man arrested following motorcyclist’s death is released on bail
The man in his 40s from the Beccles area was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving on Tuesday night.He has been released on police bail until December 3 when he will have to report back to officers. Alec Bramham, 25, was riding his black Lexmoto Arrow motorbike along Southtown Road at around 10pm on Tuesday when a collision between his bike and a black Peugeot 207 happened. He was treated at the scene and the road remained closed for four hours. On Wednesday morning police confirmed the motorcyclist had died. Police have appealed for witnesses to the crash, or anyone who saw the manner of driving of the car or the motorcycle before the crash, to get in touch. Anyone who can help should call 101 quoting incident number 525 of November 6.
Couple open all-vegan bistro in Lowestoft
The owners of a vegan bistro have urged the community to step out of their comfort zone after officially opening their eatery in Lowestoft. Sarah Godbolt, 34, and David Needs, 48, opened Ginger’s Bistro on Wednesday which is the first complete vegan bistro of the area. Their restaurant on Grove Road tackles traditional food with a vegan edge. The opening of the all-vegan bistro coincides with World Vegan Month – which celebrates veganism in workplaces, shops, restaurants and in homes across the globe.